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The Mexican Revival of Small-Town America

The Mexican Revival of Small-Town America

A view of Kennett Square, Pa. “Mexicans are leaving, and that’s bad news for everyone,” an employer said.
No One Really Understands the South

No One Really Understands the South

The Lurleen B Wallace state office building in Montgomery, Alabama.
Betsy DeVos Loves Charter Schools. That’s Bad for Charter Schools.

Betsy DeVos Loves Charter Schools. That’s Bad for Charter Schools.

Devyn Pittorf teaching a kindergarten class at Hiawatha Leadership Academy-Morris Park elementary school in the Morris Park area of Minneapolis.
How I Accidentally Made My Mom a Bollywood Star

How I Accidentally Made My Mom a Bollywood Star

Shahnaz Rizwan, center, on the set of the Indian television series “Yeh Hai Mohabbatein.”
Op-Ed Columnist: The Great Pop Culture War

Op-Ed Columnist: The Great Pop Culture War

The comedian Samantha Bee preparing for her TV show “Full Frontal With Samantha Bee.”
Nuclear Bunker, 200 Feet of Tunnels and a Fire Lead to a Murder Charge in Maryland

Nuclear Bunker, 200 Feet of Tunnels and a Fire Lead to a Murder Charge in Maryland

In the basement of this Bethesda, Md., home, emergency responders found a charred body and a shaft leading to tunnels spanning about 200 feet underground.
California Governor’s Race Forces Candidates to Face the Past

California Governor’s Race Forces Candidates to Face the Past

Gavin Newsom, California’s lieutenant governor and the leading Democratic candidate for governor in many polls, arrived for a town hall event Thursday in Palm Springs ahead of Tuesday’s primary
Will a Canadian Donald Trump Become Ontario’s Leader?

Will a Canadian Donald Trump Become Ontario’s Leader?

Doug Ford, the Progressive Conservative candidate for premier of Ontario, posing with supporters during a campaign rally.
In Vancouver, a Housing Frenzy That Even Owners Want to End

In Vancouver, a Housing Frenzy That Even Owners Want to End

Condominium towers in Vancouver, British Columbia, where housing costs are up by about 60 percent over the past three years. About a fifth of local homeowners in a survey said they’d like to see
Books News: Want Michael Lewis’s Next Book? You’ll Have to Listen to It

Books News: Want Michael Lewis’s Next Book? You’ll Have to Listen to It

The writer Ada Calhoun is currently working on an audio original for Audible.
News Analysis: Trump Veers to a Korea Plan That Echoes Failures of the Past

News Analysis: Trump Veers to a Korea Plan That Echoes Failures of the Past

President Trump said after meeting with North Korea’s envoy that he no longer wanted to use the term “maximum pressure.”
Op-Ed Columnist: Coal, Cash, and Bad Faith

Op-Ed Columnist: Coal, Cash, and Bad Faith

President Trump with his E.P.A. administrator, Scott Pruitt, left, and coal industry workers in March 2017, at the signing of an executive order rolling back many of President Barack Obama’s climate
Fed Up With Corruption, Fresh Faces Take On Brazil’s Political Old Guard

Fed Up With Corruption, Fresh Faces Take On Brazil’s Political Old Guard

Pedro Markun, a hacker who is now readying to run for office in Brazil. “Through my years of hacking, I realized the problem wasn’t so much the politics, but the politicians,” he said.
Within Trump’s Trade Factions, Nations Look for a Friendly Face

Within Trump’s Trade Factions, Nations Look for a Friendly Face

The Trump administration’s reversals on trade have been seen in China as a sign of instability. “In Chinese culture, when a political leader says something, you mean something,” an analyst in Shanghai